NFL spokesperson Brian McCarthy said the league looked into the situation “and found no such evidence,” according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter was the first to report on the allegation.
The Pittsburgh Steelers QB strongly denies the allegations. His attorney, Timothy Younger released a statement responding to the accusations.
Garrett’s suspension was upheld by the NFL. He is suspended indefinitely, with a minimum punishment lasting for the rest of the regular season and postseason.
It was a shock to several folks, even in the Browns’ locker room: